Lord of Magna gets the XSEED treatment in June 2015

If you’re sad about Rune Factory ostensibly going away forever and Story of Seasons wasn’t enough for you, look forward to June. Lord of Magna, billed as another production overseen by Harvest Moon alum Yoshifumi Hashimoto, finally has a release date. XSEED announced its localization of the project a while back, but now we now the deets. June 2 is the day more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, April 21, 2015

Hello everyone! This week is a small week. But, it’s a small week full of big releases! It makes sense, I swear. We have the PlayStation debut of a Kickstarted indie darling, a new Assassin’s Creed spinoff, a few things I’ve never heard of and an English-language debut of a popular Japanese series. This week more »

Now Marvel’s Avengers: Age Of Ultron is in Zen Pinball 2

Have you been feeling a sad lack of something in your life, but you couldn’t put your finger on what? Have you been yearning, late in the night, for something to fill that cavernous void that sits within your heart? Don’t feel bad, we all have those dark eons where nothing seems to ever be more »

You want the premium version of the Hakuoki Android and iOS game

Big news for iOS and Android gamers who happen to be looking for love. One of the biggest names in localized otome games, that is dating sims for women, has come to your mobile devices. Hakuoki is here, and people can romance some supernaturally enhanced versions of Japan’s Shinsengumi. The story of Hakuoki is a more »


5 3DS games you should have played in April

April 2015 has been a good month for video games. In particular, it’s a fantastic month for the 3DS. A number of great 3DS games have been released, and they’re all titles you want to either have on your radar immediately, or save to some sort of wishlist to ensure you don’t miss out. I more »

Play-Asia opens Dedede, Ike, Wario Amiibo pre-orders again

Want some of the rarer Amiibos? It’s time to turn to Play-Asia again. The site has opened up pre-orders of re-run figures, since Japan is going to be getting another production run of certain characters. If you wanted characters like Dedede, Ike, and Wario, now is the time. The more unusual Amiibos are the ones more »

Don’t forget to grab Groudon in Pokemon Shuffle

Nintendo is really doing a good job of making sure people have a reason to come back to Pokemon Shuffle every week. I mean, what better way to ensure loyalty than special events to acquire new Legendary Pokemon. Lord knows the series has enough of them to keep running promotions for at least a year. more »

Yahtzee with Buddies lets you pay to win

Oh mobile games, leave it to you to ruin any any board game we’ve loved since childhood. If you at ever point in your life ever enjoyed Yahtzee, then you aren’t going to want to see what Scopely did with Yahtzee with Buddies. I’ll give you a hint. You can pay to cheat your way more »

3DS StreetPass suggesting The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess 3D is a fake

Coinciding with a Zelda Symphony performance in Germany, photos are appearing on Twitter revealing a supposed Nintendo 3DS StreetPass tag with someone whose latest game was The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess 3D. While Nintendo has not officially revealed any plans to develop such a port or remaster, the recent releases of such titles as more »

Orbtime is the Drop7 Pebble clone you didn’t know you needed

Did you know that people do some pretty amazing things with Pebbles? Like you’ll see games and apps on there that you wouldn’t normally expect to see on a smartwatch. One of which is a remarkably competant Drop7 clone by the name of Orbtime. Keep an eye open, because that name is going to have more »

Bandai Namco is making the Pixels mobile game

Don’t take this article as an announcement. See it as a warning. That Adam Sandler Pixels movie looks like bad news. Watching the trailer is capable of inducing full body cringes. With that in mind, I regret to inform you that there will also be a Pixels mobile game, because that’s what happens now. Any more »

The new StreetPass Mii Plaza games have a good pedigree

You know those StreetPass Mii Plaza minigames? They aren’t some things thrown together. These are titles from major developers. People who matter. Mii Force was made by Good-Feel, Warrior’s Way was made by Spike Chunsoft, Monster Manor came from Prope, and we could relax with Flower Town thanks to Grezzo. Naturally, Battleground Z and Ultimate more »